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Could your manicure be harming your fertility?

Could your manicure be harming your fertility?

 

Let's face it I like a good manicure as much as the next girl!  It's a fun way to make yourself look stylish without making a huge investment or commitment.

Did you know that chemicals found in your favourite nail polish may be harming your fertility?

I've discussed how toxins can harm your delicate endocrine system in my book Fabulously Fertile.  Download a FREE Chapter here.

A recent study from Duke University and the Environmental Working Group, reinforced the fact that nail polish is altering our hormones and reproductive systems.

Before you give up on your pretty nails - check out this video to see what you can do, that still gives you pretty nails, but doesn't hurt your chances of having a baby.

 

 

Knowledge without action is meaningless!  What will you do today!

Sarah Clark empowers couples to discover how lifestyle and diet can dramatically impact their chances of conceiving.  She was diagnosed with premature ovarian failure at 28 and had both her kids with donor eggs.  Not until years later did she discover that the root cause of her infertility was a food intolerance.  Ready to gaze into your baby's eyes....but struggling.  Download 10 step Checklist here

 

 

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